September 2019

Looking for Perfection?

When you are looking for perfection everywhere, you forget to look into the imperfection inside you. You want everything to be perfect, but are you perfect? When you are perfect, you will stop pointing out imperfections and you will stop getting frustrated about the imperfections of others.

5 Effective Yoga poses for reducing Hair fall

Did you know that approximately 35 million men and 21 million women suffer from hair loss? Losing hair certainly feels awful and it indicates the health condition of the body and mind too. One may not be able to escape hair loss, but one can slow down the process. There are multiple factors contributing to hair loss such as Genetic disorders, Hormonal disorders, Bad eating habits, Diseases, Drugs, Hair dyes, Dandruff, Smoking.

Hydrate your soil by afforesting

Amidst all the gloomy and dismal news on climate change and human-induced natural disasters, come some glad tidings. Concerned citizens are uniting to convert barren lands into green pastures that offer a multitude of benefits like restoration of bio-diversity, cooling of temperature-levels, and reduce air pollution levels. But the most important benefit and one not easily perceptible is the renewal of soil-moisture and porosity, which gradually leads to improved groundwater levels.

Never miss a Breakfast!

Mornings are usually the most hectic hours of the day. You wake up, finish your daily chores and get ready to quickly rush for work. In the midst of all this, your breakfast often gets neglected. To make sure you never miss a breakfast again, we bring you 5 super easy and quick breakfast recipes for a busy morning. They are healthy, delicious and will keep you energetic.

The Kottai Kovil in Dharmapuri

The Kottai Kovil (also called as Mallikarjuneswara temple) is an ancient temple and is located on the northern side of the district of Dharmapuri, in the southern state of Tamil Nadu in India. This temple is about 67 km From Salem, 110 km from Thiruvannamalai and 150 km From Bengaluru. The Kottai Kovil is also called as Fort temple, as it resembles a Fort and does not have a Raja Gopuram (main Temple Tower)!